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The Benefit Cap …I could go on and on with the impacts of this policy and without any form of conspiracy theory whatsoever say that UK employers who have staff on full time minimum wage jobs …
Today in 24 areas across the UK the cuts to the overall benefit cap begins. In these 24 areas (see table below) 16,741 families will be capped whereas yesterday there were just 1,741 families who …
In 2013, our Defence Secretary Michael Fallon – who witnesses say was visibly drunk – had to be forcibly separated from an attractive woman by a government minder at a posh party.
The woman turned out to be a Russian spy – who had been paid to work as a honey-trap by a Russian energy company with close ties to Putin.
This is of course our Defence Secretary – the man supposedly in control of the entire defence of our nation including our nuclear deterrent.
MI5 were probably not very relieved that the incident happened at a party where there happened to be minders – because I would imagine a British Defence Secretary who gets so drunk he can be taken in by obvious Russian spies can’t be ‘minded’ by James Bond and co day and night.
Mind you, Fallon has a dishonourable history of ‘tackling’ women at parties while drunk.
As an example – at another…
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Alex is severely disabled. Bedbound 90% of the time, unable to use hands or feet, with life threatening hemiplegic migraines, which cause: stroke-like symptoms, paralysis, seizures, slurring, loss of consciousness, and can lead to coma and death. In excruciating pain, suffering asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and with gait abnormalities in their hands and feet.
Occupational therapy assessed Alex and referred them for a ground-floor, wheelchair-accessible flat in the local area for their support network and GP catchment area. The OT also referred Alex for an electric wheelchair.
Islington Council refuse to give Alex’s rehousing a Category A priority (which is intended for “households where a member of the household has an immediately life-threatening or progressive condition which is seriously affected by their current accommodation.”)
As of December 2016, Alex has spent 7/8 months fighting the council over rehousing and 18 months fighting social services for DPS care.
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